Hi Guys! Just joined the AR and already excited to meet many like minded people. I would describe myself as about 70% atheist and 30% agnostic.
As a Hindu, I find it very difficult to find any arguments or debates against Hinduism on many sites, or even on youtube, where Hitchens and Dawkins primarily argue against Christianity and Islam, both which I find very interesting indeed, but fail to relate to the concept as a whole.
Now, even though I am against the whole general idea of a creator itself, as a scientific person, I like to keep that 30% agnosticism.
Having read parts of the Gita, which is the holy book of Hindus, I personally find it to be more logical and practical than Bible and the Quran and I dont mean to offend anyone, its just my view.
Having said that, Buddhism might be the practical of all religions, and this I am not classifying on the basis of belief of a God, because thats the concept of all religions, but by the literal meaning where religion refers to 'a way of living life'.
Basically, I want all of you, be it theist or non theist, to point out some of the flaws you see in the Buddhist and Hinduism religion, other than the creator perspective and the amusing traditons which all seem to share, considered you have some familiarity with them, and also compare them with Islam or Christianity.
Anyways guys, amazing to be here. Cheers!
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